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By: NHS Rushcliffe
03/04/2018

Nottingham Children's Hospital World Record Attempt

Posted in: Get Involved

Nottingham Children's Hospital's Big Appeal - Bank Holiday Monday 7 May 2018 11am - 4pm Wollaton Park. Attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dresses as Robin Hood

By: NHS Rushcliffe
28/03/2018

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

Posted in: Healthy Living

During April we’re raising awareness of bowel cancer symptoms.

By: NHS Rushcliffe
14/03/2018

Shaping the Future of Health and Social Care - Public Event

Posted in: Get Involved

We’re holding a series of public events for people to discuss our plans, ask questions and focus on topics to help drive the work forward. Next one is 10 May 2018. 

By: NHS Rushcliffe CCG
05/03/2018

NHS Rushcliffe CCGs expands existing MSK service to encompass Musculoskeletal Referral Management

Posted in: Rushcliffe CCG News

NHS Rushcliffe CCG have confirmed that Circle Health are to pilot the management of all musculoskeletal services referrals in the area for the next year.

By: Vickie Elston
26/02/2018

Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) Celebration

Posted in: Rushcliffe CCG News

Invitation to attend the Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) Celebration, hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council, NHS Nottinghamshire and Self Help UK on Friday 23 March, 10.30 to 2.00 pm

By: Vickie Elston
26/02/2018

Be Clear on Cancer Campaign

Posted in: Rushcliffe CCG News

The ‘breast cancer in women over 70’ campaign launches 22 February - 31 march 2018 

By: Vickie Elston
26/02/2018

Working with East Midlands’ GPs to detect Atrial Fibrillation

Posted in: Rushcliffe CCG News

It is estimated that around 450 strokes and 150 deaths could be avoided every year across the East Midlands thanks to a programme to test more patients for Atrial Fibrillation (AF).

An initiative to identify and treat AF – a leading cause of strokes - is being led by the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN), in partnership with the East Midlands Clinical Network and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).

By: NHS Rushcliffe
21/12/2017

GP services available in Rushcliffe over the Christmas holidays

Posted in: Rushcliffe CCG News

From 22 December to 8 January, patients across Rushcliffe will benefit from the availability of appointments on bank holidays as well as weekends and evenings.